NEW HEI PROJECTS

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Downtown East Commons

HEI is excited to be part of the team that helped make the Downtown East Commons project part of an exciting chapter in Minneapolis history. 

 

 


St. James Public Schools

On November 2, 2015, voters in the St. James Public School district approved a $23.95 million bond referendum for renovations to its buildings. 

For more information about the projects and the full store, READ HERE.


South Washington County Schools

On November 2, 2015, voters in South Washington County, approved a $10.3 million operating levy increase and approved a $96 million bond measure by the narrowest of margins to fund construction of a new middle school and other building upgrades that address space constraints in a growing area of the school.

For more information about the projects and the full store, READ HERE.


Eastern Carver County Schools

On November 2, 2015, voters in Chanhassen, Chaska, Carver and Victoria approved a $66.7 million bond referendum, which will include the building of a new elementary school, expansion of two existing elementary schools, a pool, multi-purpose facility and maintenance of existing schools.

For more information about the projects and the full store, READ HERE.


Albany Area Schools

On August 11, 2015, the Albany school district referendum received enough votes to pass a $33 million referendum. Along with $6.2 million in donations from local businesses, improvements will go to facility additions, renovations, safety and security upgrades, improvements to technology and other needed amenities.

For more information about the projects and the full store, READ HERE.


Willmar Public School District

On May 19, 2015, the residents of Willmar approved the first and largest part of a two-question bond referendum. With the passing of Question 1, the school district can look forward to building a $27 million elementary school to ease overcrowding in its existing schools. For more information about the projects and the full story, READ HERE

 


  Stillwater Public School District Improvements 

 

Stillwater Public School District Improvements 

Stillwater Public School District

On May 12, 2015 a special election was held and the residents of the Stillwater Area Public School district voted on and approved a $97.5 million bond request to update district facilities, including an addition and renovations to Stillwater Area High School, and a new elementary school. The bond was approved by 57.6 percent of voters in a special election held May 12. The bond will pay for an addition and renovations at the high school, construction of a new elementary school and a variety of improvements to facilities across the district. More than 8,100 voters turned out for the special election — with 4,721 people casting yes votes (57.6 percent) and 3,475 people voting no (42.4 percent).

In addition to an addition and renovation to the high school, a new elementary school and a transportation hub, the bond will also change grade configuration by moving to preK-5 elementary schools, grades 6-8 in middle schools and grades 9-12 at the high school.  

For more information about the projects and the full story, READ HERE. 


  Glencoe-Silver Lake High School & Junior High Improvements 

 

Glencoe-Silver Lake High School & Junior High Improvements 

Glencoe-Silver Lake Public School District

On May 12, 2015, a special election was held and residents of the Glencoe-Silver Lake School District voted on and approved their $24 million bond referendum for improvements at the GSL High School & Junior High buildings. The project will be a remodeling and a sizable addition to connect the two buildings at one common campus in Glencoe.

For more information about the projects and the full story, READ HERE. 

 

 

 


Cloquet Public School District

In February of 2015, Cloquet Public School District residents voted and  approved a $49 million bond referendum. The project involves adding a new Middle School facility to the current high school. The overall project also will include additions to two of the elementary buildings addressing secured entry to the buildings. 

For more information and details on each school that will be impacted, READ HERE.

 


Royalton Public School District Improvements 

Royalton Public School District Improvements 

Royalton Public School District

On January 6, 2015, Royalton Public School District voters approved a $26.1 million bond referendum to fund improvements that will enhance student learning and accommodate enrollment growth while addressing significant repair needs at both schools.

For more information about the projects and to read the full story, READ HERE
 

 

 

 


Buffalo Community Middle School Pool Area 

Buffalo Community Middle School Pool Area 

 

Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Public School

District

In November of 2014, Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose residents approved a bond referendum for BHM Schools. The funding from the bond (approximately $33 million) will be spent over a period of five years and will go to towards:

Safety and Security
Improve entrances at Discovery, Hanover and Tatanka Elementary Schools; security cameras district-wide; and intercom system upgrades at Northwinds Elementary and the high school.

Technology
Updates include district-wide infrastructure improvements, and hardware and software upgrades.

Deferred Maintenance
This includes projects such as roof replacements (seven out of nine buildings); HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) upgrades; parking lot and sidewalk repairs and replacements; floor, window and door upgrades; outdoor equipment replacement; mechanical system upgrades; and HVAC and water filtration replacement at the middle school pool.

Building Additions
More classroom space would be added at Tatanka Elementary and the high school.

Activity Venues
Updates include improvements to the middle school ball fields, and field additions and improvements at the high school.

For more information and details on each school that will be impacted, READ HERE